Randolph Childress joins Wake staff
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Former Wake Forest star Randolph Childress is the Demon Deacons' new director of player development.
Coach Jeff Bzdelik said Wednesday that Childress earned a full-time job on his staff after spending nearly a year as an assistant to athletic director Ron Wellman.
Bzdelik says Childress "exemplifies our vision of winning championships without compromising our values."
Childress made a Wake Forest-record 329 3-pointers from 1990-95, was the MVP of the 1995 Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and ranks second in school history with 2,208 career points.
Childress called his new job "a dream come true."
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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